Are two people who are demographically identical likely to have different political preferences if one lives in a rural area and the other in an urban one? This study says yes.Read More...
This year's Democratic candidates have better policies with which to court America's rural voters. You can thank Iowa.
The Greater Highlands region in North Jersey and the Pinelands in South Jersey are both known for their natural beauty. But both areas are struggling economically. On Thursday, a New Jersey congressman unveiled a plan to give both regions…
The book by the head of the Nebraska Democratic Party makes strong arguments why Democrats should reach out for rural voters. The question is whether anyone will listen.
In a crowded Democratic field, Senator Bernie Sanders was equally popular with both urban and rural voters.
Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders ran relatively close among rural caucus-goers. The biggest difference between the two top candidates shows in the preferences of suburban and small-metro Democrats.
Democrats have failed to show up in rural America with policies and candidates that appeal to voters. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Pain from working in the mines, not layoffs, led to opioid addiction, says researchers. * Michael Bloomberg ventures into the hinterland. * Can Democrats get beyond the “move-to-the-city” rural policy?
It's been another busy year here at the Daily Yonder. We covered a diverse mix of stories, including coverage on economic development, healthcare, broadband, agriculture, and our changing environment. Join us in taking a look back at our…
The Center for Economic Analysis for Rural Health at the University of Kentucky will help communities make decisions that promote better health care and stronger economies.